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Turfgrass Science at OSU
Professional Lawn Care Operator Sod Producer Commercial Grounds Maintenance Manager Turf Product Distributor ... enhance our environment. Turf reduces glare, noise, air pollution, heat buildup and visual pollution. Turf ... homes, buildings and cities. You’ll learn to manage and maintain turf as you gain knowledge in plant ...
HCS Alumni Spotlight: Amanda Folck
currently. Some examples that I am working on are updating the turf.unl.edu website, started researching into ... turf: How’d you initially become interested in turf? Amanda: One of my favorite activities at the family ... farm, Folck Family Farm in Mechanicsburg, Ohio, other than picking strawberries, was mowing the three ...
An Ode to Spring Semester 2023
at the 2023 GCSAA Collegiate Turf Bowl Olivia Marrero was awarded 1 st place presentation at the ... interactive tomato field to learn about combatting bacterial spot disease in tomato As part of a Graduate ...
Come Grow With Us!
grounds (for example public or private lawns, sports, or recreational areas, or golf courses (greens and ...
higher yield and reduce potential problems such as pests and diseases. Please note that Horticulture is ...
causes disease in the host plant by determining what plant proteins it targets. This involves testing ...
New Hire Announcement – Welcome, Tyler Carr!
content for golf course superintendents, sports turf managers, lawn care professionals, sod ... our faculty in January. His extensive relevant work-experience in professional sports turf & golf ... Home Lawn Systems - 2019) & B.S. (Turfgrass Science & Management - 2016) from the University ...
Bri Schneider Receives the CFAES Key Values Award
a degree in turf can take you to such a wide variety of careers from a PGA tour agronomist to marketing at ...
michiganensis subsp. michiganensis) and zebra stem of tomato, and to improve disease resistance and yield in processing ...
2023 Veggies and More Tour
helpful tips, soils, organic production, and more. Bring a lawn chair for seating and a notepad. Don’t ... forget your weeds, disease, and insects—we’ll diagnose what’s going on in your garden, too! Mondays at ...